King School Announces College Athlete Commitments for the Class of 2020

Over the course of the last two years, King School has continued its storied tradition of preparing student-athletes to compete in college and is proud to announce the scholar-athletes from the Class of 2020 who have committed to furthering their athletic and academic careers next year at the NCAA Division I, Division II, and Division III levels. Also, there are still several more current Senior athletes contemplating their college options for 2020. With King School student-athletes from the Class of 2020 committed to pursuing college athletics, they officially join the 15 stand-out college athletes from the Class of 2019 plus a long prestigious list of King Alumni Athletes who have gone on to win championships, earn awards, go on to professional careers, and help pave the way for future Vikings in athletics.

Class of 2020 Commits
Jake Cohen (Sewanee - University of the South, Lacrosse)

Sam Falcon (Emory University, Tennis)

Eitan Genger (Middlebury College, Football)

Maddie Kyle (Dickinson College, Track & Field)

Tim Landis (Connecticut College, Lacrosse)

Genevieve Skolds (Clemson University, Rowing)

Ally Triano (Bucknell University, Rowing)


Class of 2019 Commits
Lewis Baer (Dickinson College, Football)

Elizabeth Boeckman (Princeton University, Swimming)

Grady Boruchin (Muhlenberg College, Football)

Brandon Chow (Trinity College, Baseball)

Chris Della Jacono (Florida Southern College, Lacrosse)

Kenny Dyson (Bryant University, Football)

Joshua Figueroa (Manhattanville College, Soccer)

Matt Garavel (Pace University, Football)

James Hilton (Columbia University, Rowing)

LeVaughn Lewis (University of Delaware, Football)

Jenna Macrae (Princeton University, Rowing)

Jack McOsker (Nazareth College, Lacrosse)

Marina Mirianthopoulos (Oglethorpe University, Soccer)

Joey Skarad (Sacred Heart University, Baseball)

Justin Zide (Macalester College, Football)

King School is also extremely excited to announce the transformative Middle Fields Turf Complex project scheduled to break ground in June 2020! The redesigned and turfed middle fields complex will provide greater access to enhanced playing surfaces and a state-of-the-art facility for all levels of athletes as well as all King students, helping to shape the future of Vikings athletics.

In addition to the transformed fields, King has also recently renovated the Vikings weight room and developed expanded training areas on campus, standing behind its commitment to providing improved and updated facilities for student-athletes to train, develop, and compete.